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AQUARIUM by Martin Sorrondeguy

MRR Radio #1579 • 10/15/17

Strace and Strayla vote MITCH CARDWELL for President of Punk.  Intro song: AQUARIUM - Human Current Sounds from the New Bins MR. WRONG - ...

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Secreto Público

MRR Radio #1578 • 10/8/17

Matt is joined by Ben and Claudia for just another hour of the best new punk and hardcore worldwide! Intro ...

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Maximum Rocknroll #414 • Nov 2017

Are y'all ready for Maximum Rocknroll #414? Our November 2017 issue will teach you a thing or two all about ...

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Flipper rules, OK?

MRR Radio #1577 • 10/1/17

Phillip Greenlief spent an afternoon in the stacks. This is what he came up with. BAD RELIGION - You Are the ...

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Jackal (photo by Zack Rogers)

New Blood! ESCØRT, WITCHTRIAL, JACKAL, VANTA, and UNIVERSAL PEACE

“New Blood” is our weekly feature spotlighting new bands from around the world! See below for info on how to submit. Now, ...

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Monday Photo Blog: The return of Ben Trogdon


September 22nd, 2014 by

Ben Trogdon has sent us some flix of p-rock depravity that has occured on the East Coast during the past couple months for the Monday Photo Blog. Naked people with trash bags around their waist, someone licking the stage, a skinhead type ogling someone in their underwear who’s watching the singer from Nudes doing yoga exercises. Where does it end? For more from Ben, check out his tumblr thing.

Fast Eddies playing in their hometown of Rochester, New York (photo by Ben Trogdon)

Dawn of Humans, in Brooklyn, NY (photo by Ben Trogdon)

Nudes (Seattle) in Brooklyn (photo by Ben Trogdon)

Nandas, from Brooklyn, hanging out in front of a donut shop in Western Mass. (photo by Ben Trogdon)

Send your tour photos, bands that have come through your town, the best of your local bands, etc. to: . Include your name, a link to your website (or flickr, Facebook, or whatever), and the band (or subject), date and location of each photo. Just send your best photos — edit tightly. Three to seven photos is plenty, and it’s best to send pictures of different bands. Please do not send watermarked photos. Please make your photos 72 dpi and about 600–800 pixels at the longest side. Not everything sent in will be posted, and a response is not guaranteed, but we do appreciate all of your contributions. Feel free to submit more than once. Thanks!



Monday Photo Blog: Ben Trogdon


October 31st, 2011 by

Well, we are sad to announce that Mark “icki” Murrmann is stepping down from his duties as MRR’s Monday Photo Blog editor. We can only hope to live up to the quality standard that icki has set in his two and a half years on the job. You can still keep up with Mark at his website, and I’m sure he’ll still be contributing to MRR now and again. So, thank you icki for all of the amazing photos!

While we’re looking for a new photo editor, your fearless Webmaster has been scouring recent contributions. Amongst shot after shot of shirtless singer dudes we were pleased to find an amazing selection of band portraits, live pics and scene photos from Olympia’s Ben Trogdon, editor of NUTS! zine and drummer of the great Weird TV. Check out his photo site here, and some of his awesome shots right here!

Bleak End At Bernie’s (photo by Ben Trogdon)

Outlook (photo by Ben Trogdon)

Hysterics at the SR 512 Park & Ride (photo by Ben Trogdon)

Bricks (photo by Ben Trogdon)

Last show at Olympia's legendary Red House (photo by Ben Trogdon)

Happy Halloween! Send us your Halloween photos for next week’s post!!

Send your tour photos, bands that have come through your town, the best of your local bands, etc. to: (note new email address!). Include your name, the band (or subject) in the photo, where and when it was shot, and a link to your website (or flickr, Facebook, or whatever). Just send your best photos — edit tightly. Three to seven photos is plenty, and it’s best to send pictures of different bands. Please do not send watermarked photos. Please make your photos 72 dpi and about 600–800 pixels at the longest side. Not everything sent in will be posted, and a response is not guaranteed, but we do appreciate all of your contributions — and feel free to submit more than once. Thanks!